It could have been the third deadly shooting on a naval base in a six-month span. But thanks to a dozen brave Naval Security Forces personnel, it never got that far.
The secretary of defense this week detailed an aggressive new plan to significantly boost the Navy fleet to more than 500 vessels, with an emphasis on attack submarines, unmanned ships and "light carriers."
Last week, the U.S. Navy took delivery of the first two examples of the latest model of its F/A-18, the Block III Super Hornet. In service with the Navy and Marine Corps since 1983, the flexible design has gone through a Porsche 911-like evolution.
If the past is any guide, America’s FREMM Frigate will cost far more than estimated, and likely enter the fleet late, too.
A group of 11 Iranian naval vessels made “dangerous and harassing” maneuvers near U.S. ships in the Persian Gulf near Kuwait on Wednesday.
Submariners may be among the last pockets of people anywhere who are still blissfully unaware of how the COVID-19 pandemic is turning life upside down.
Joshua Watson's family recounted how the 23-year-old – in his last minutes of life – led first responders to an active shooter at the Pensacola naval base.
The Navy has been notified that the White House will not intervene to stop a disciplinary proceeding that could cost a SEAL his position in the elite unit, a senior Navy official said Sunday.
Four companies are locked into a race to build America’s next guided-missile frigate. The 20-ship program will likely be awarded in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.
A request for clemency was denied, and a decorated Navy SEAL – convicted of posing with a dead Islamic State captive in Iraq – will see his rank reduced.